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Infographic of the Day: According to the CDC, meals have quadrupled in size since the ’50s — and subsequently, we’ve gained an average of 26 pounds apiece.
Sick.
Literally.
[gizmodo]

thedailywhat:

Infographic of the Day: According to the CDC, meals have quadrupled in size since the ’50s — and subsequently, we’ve gained an average of 26 pounds apiece.

Sick.

Literally.

[gizmodo]

thedailywhat:

Morning Fluff: No one ever said napping was easy.

[ohhaveyouseenthis]

thedailywhat:

OMG! Adorbz of the Day: Dad asks his adorable baby daughter to play favourites.

[sisfti.]

thedailywhat:

Wake Up Call of the Day: According to Starbucks’ sustainability director Jim Hanna, the coffeehouse chain may soon be unable to sell its principal product due to the detrimental impact of climate change on coffee bean production.
“What we are really seeing as a company as we look 10, 20, 30 years down the road – if conditions continue as they are – is a potentially significant risk to our supply chain, which is the Arabica coffee bean,” Hanna told the Guardian in a phone interview.
Hanna is set to speak before members of Congress today on the issue of climate change and how it’s real and how someone should do something about it before we run out of coffee and chocolate and a whole bunch of other foodstuffs “many people can’t live without.”
Starbucks has already put Plan B in motion, announcing yesterday it plans to enter the juice-bar market — news that freaked out Jamba Juice stockholders, causing the price of JMBA to drop 3.5%.
Today’s congressional event is sponsored by the Union of Concerned Scientists, which recently reported that coffee brands have increased the cost of grinds by as much as 25% over the last year.
“The dwindling supply of coffee is but one example of the many impacts to come due to climate change,” the nonprofit writes, ” and should be a wake-up call for us all.” 
[guardian / wapo / ucsusa / image: flickr.]

thedailywhat:

Wake Up Call of the Day: According to Starbucks’ sustainability director Jim Hanna, the coffeehouse chain may soon be unable to sell its principal product due to the detrimental impact of climate change on coffee bean production.

“What we are really seeing as a company as we look 10, 20, 30 years down the road – if conditions continue as they are – is a potentially significant risk to our supply chain, which is the Arabica coffee bean,” Hanna told the Guardian in a phone interview.

Hanna is set to speak before members of Congress today on the issue of climate change and how it’s real and how someone should do something about it before we run out of coffee and chocolate and a whole bunch of other foodstuffs “many people can’t live without.”

Starbucks has already put Plan B in motion, announcing yesterday it plans to enter the juice-bar market — news that freaked out Jamba Juice stockholders, causing the price of JMBA to drop 3.5%.

Today’s congressional event is sponsored by the Union of Concerned Scientists, which recently reported that coffee brands have increased the cost of grinds by as much as 25% over the last year.

“The dwindling supply of coffee is but one example of the many impacts to come due to climate change,” the nonprofit writes, ” and should be a wake-up call for us all.” 

[guardian / wapo / ucsusa / image: flickr.]

thedailywhat:

Optical Illusion of the Day: Step 1. Stare at the red dot. Step 2. Watch the blue circle disappear. Step 3. ????? Step 4. Magic!
[reddit.]

thedailywhat:

Optical Illusion of the Day: Step 1. Stare at the red dot. Step 2. Watch the blue circle disappear. Step 3. ????? Step 4. Magic!

[reddit.]

thedailywhat:

Are You Kidding Me With This of the Day: Stay classy, Fox News.
[dropfox / spiegelman.]

thedailywhat:

Are You Kidding Me With This of the Day: Stay classy, Fox News.

[dropfox / spiegelman.]

thedailywhat:

New Sport of the Day: Kronum is a new game for the new era of modern athlete that’s basically soccer, but with a whole bunch of new rules.

Complicated? What’s complicated? You spin the Wheel of Mayhem to go up the Ladder of Chance. You go past the Mud Hut, through the Rainbow Ring to get to the Golden Monkey. You yank his tail, and BOOM — you’re in paradise pond!

Could not be more straightforward.

[videogum.]

thedailywhat:

Obscure Cosplay of the Day: Traci Hines, AKA The Real Little Mermaid, cosplays as Hipster Ariel.
Hipster Ariel? I liked her when she was still under the sea.
[epicponyz.]

thedailywhat:

Obscure Cosplay of the Day: Traci Hines, AKA The Real Little Mermaid, cosplays as Hipster Ariel.

Hipster Ariel? I liked her when she was still under the sea.

[epicponyz.]

thedailywhat:

This Is Hilarious, You Should Listen To It of the Day: So the Mighty Ducks Trilogy gangsta rap happened.

(NSFW, explicit lyrics.)

[thanks hxt!]

thedailywhat:

Largest Digital Photo Ever of the Day: 360cities founder Jeffrey Martin clearly won’t be content until we’re all living inside one of his ridiculously oversized digital photos.
His latest brobdingnagian snapshot — a 360-degree, 40 gigapixel virtual tour of the Strahov Monastery’s library — happens to be the world’s largest indoor photo.
Well, technically it’s 2,947 photos stitched together, but it’s still quite a thing to see.
[underwire.]

thedailywhat:

Largest Digital Photo Ever of the Day: 360cities founder Jeffrey Martin clearly won’t be content until we’re all living inside one of his ridiculously oversized digital photos.

His latest brobdingnagian snapshot — a 360-degree, 40 gigapixel virtual tour of the Strahov Monastery’s library — happens to be the world’s largest indoor photo.

Well, technically it’s 2,947 photos stitched together, but it’s still quite a thing to see.

[underwire.]